Escamillo's Villa (accommodates 4 persons)
Consisting of one bedroom with queen-sized bed, and one bedroom with two single beds, Escamillo's Villa is perfect for a family holiday - and completely private, with its own entrance at the east end of the Molino.
With beamed ceilings in the bedroom, an airy open-plan living and dining area, and full-length windows framing vistas of sea and sky, the apartment offers the perfect combination of time-honoured elegance and modern comfort. Comfortable furnishings, an open fireplace, sculptural arches, and a traditionally-tiled staircase curving upwards, all add to the Moorish charm.
"While I was hiding in Granada there were some bull-fights which Carmen attended. When she returned she had much to say of a very skilful picador..." (Don José describing Carmen's increasing fascination with the bull-fighter, named Escamillo in the opera, for whose love she would leave him.)
Chapter 3: Carmen by Prosper Mérimée. Translated into English by George Burnham Ives